Wild Wales with Iolo Williams

Friday 7 May 2010, 13:34

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Don't forget to watch Iolo Williams' new wildlife series on Sunday, 9 May on BBC One Wales at 9pm.

Filmed over a year, with stunning aerial and wildlife photography, the first episode features the beautiful landscapes of South and West Wales

Iolo starts in Pembrokeshire with red deer, seals and a rare sighting of red squirrels. In the Brecon Beacons he discovers spectacular waterfalls, amazing cave structures and bats hiding in dungeons, and also nesting hobbies, goshawks and some stunning birds in Glamorgan and Gwent.

In the meantime here's a sneak preview of what's in store for episode one:

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    Comment number 1.

    An excellent programme. Currently watching the 23rd May programme and saw the Ravens flying around snowdonia. We live a few miles from the mountains and we have a pair that have nested close to our house for many years and are quite magnificient birds. The photography on the programme is quite amazing - congratulations.

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    Comment number 2.

    Wild Wales - a superb series of 3 programmes this week, with Iolo's personal approach and some wonderful photography - many thanks. I have a son living abroad - are there any plans to produce a DVD in the near future? It would make a fitting gift from Wales..


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